Manhattan Frames in Patina

Frames as shown: (top) 5x7 centered and off-center; (bottom) 8x10 off-center and centered.

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Size

8x10 Centered Frame

20"w .5"d 20"h
$99.00

8x10 Off-Center Frame

20"w .5"d 20"h
$99.00

5x7 Centered Frame

13"w .5"d 13"h
$79.00

5x7 Off-Center Frame

13"w .5"d 13"h
$79.00
Made In
Product Details

Add a bold, industrial look to your walls with Manhattan frames, which are hand-welded in a family-owned metalworking shop in Minnesota. Large in scale, these frames provide a geometric, graphic touch and a unique setting for your photos or artwork. To create the distinctive patina, steel is dipped in a solution that reveals natural variations in color and texture, giving the frames a weathered appearance. This means no two frames are exactly alike. Manhattan frames provide a high-impact display, whether hung vertically or horizontally, individually or in groups.

  • Features: hangs horizontal or vertical
  • Wall Mounting: built-in notch provides stability, hangs on anchored screw
  • Product Origin: made in Minnesota
  • Glazing Material: glass
  • Item Numbers:
    635240
    8x10 Centered Frame (13"w .5"d 13"h)
    518039
    8x10 Off-Center Frame (13"w .5"d 13"h)
    415179
    5x7 Centered Frame (13"w .5"d 13"h)
    809870
    5x7 Off-Center Frame (13"w .5"d 13"h)
  • Material: steel See full material details
  • Finish: lacquer
  • Color: patina
  • Material Description: Steel is exceptionally durable and eco-friendly thanks to its ability to be made from recycled material and then recycled again at the end of the products life. To create a patina, steel is dipped in an acidic solution that reveals natural variations in color and texture, giving it a weathered appearance. Then the steel is dried thoroughly and sealed with a clear lacquer to preserve its unique look
Installation

List of parts

  • Manhattan Frame

Tools needed

  • hammer
  • common nail

Directions

  1. Place the frame face down on a flat, protected surface.
  2. Slide the back board from the frame. (Figure 1)
  3. Position your image in the mat window opening. Optional: Secure image with tape to keep it from shifting.
  4. Insert the backing board into the frame.
  5. Hammer the nail 3/4 of the way into desired wall location and hang frame so it's flush against the wall, positioning frame on built-in notch for extra stability.
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